Smart phones could become even smarter – thanks to ants, beetles, moths and spiders! A multi-animal special episode, marking the season 2 finale. #30Animals
By Victoria Gill
Science correspondent, BBC News
Rory and Sandy are searching the skies for dragonflies, while Chantelle is fossil and dragonfly hunting. Find out what dragonflies tell us and try a Teeny Tiny Task: pond-dipping.
Rory and Sandy are out listening for grasshoppers, while Chantelle is on a jungle safari. Find out what grasshoppers do for our planet and try a Teeny Tiny Task – using sweep nets.
Rory and Sandy are looking for honeybees, and Chantelle has a special view of a hive. Find out how honeybees help the planet and try this Teeny Tiny Task: make a wildflower seed ball!
Rory and Sandy are searching for millipedes while Chantelle meets a colourful creature. Find out how they help the planet and try this Teeny Tiny Task – recycling like millipedes.
By Craig Duggan
Loop meets the Edinburgh-based artist who has been charting the decline of Britain’s bee population using embroidery.
Preschool wildlife series. Andy jets off in his safari-mobile to Australia to learn how weaver ants build their nests.
Andy heads to the Namib desert in Africa to discover how a darkling beetle drinks water. Along the way, he shrinks down and meets a Namaqua chameleon.
Preschool wildlife series. Andy takes Kip to see grasscutter ants in Argentina. Andy marches along with millions of ants and even goes into their nest.
Preschool wildlife series. Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to see monarch butterflies in Mexico.
By Helen Briggs
BBC Environment correspondent